|[AMRadio] EF Johnson museum|
manualman at juno.com
Fri Jun 20 12:16:06 EDT 2008
The Thunderbolts (all 3 models), the Adventurer, the Avenger, the
Navigator, and the Pacemaker weren't captured in any
On Fri, 20 Jun 2008 09:42:13 -0600 "John Lyles" <jtml at losalamos.com>
> What, no Thunderbolt?
> > From: Robert Nickels <w9ran at oneradio.net>
> > Subject: [AMRadio] EF Johnson Museum Photos
> > To: johnson at mailman.qth.net, Old Tube Radios
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> > Ron Eisenbrey, AB5WG, a friend of a friend from Texas, recently
> > Waseca MN and the E.F. Johnson Museum there. When I was last in
> > in the early 80s, I saw what appears to be these exact displays in
> > conference room at the EFJ plant, but had heard that through the
> > ownership changes that the museum had been disposed of.
> > Fortunately not! Ron took some photos at it's new home in
> > Waseca which you can view here:
> > http://picasaweb.google.com/RANickels/JohnsonMuseum
> > I've not been able to locate any information about museum hours,
> > but it would certainly be worth an inquiry for anyone traveling
> > southern Minnesota - Waseca is about 80 miles south of the Twin
> > 73, Bob W9RAN
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